Your Study Programme
You will collaborate with your Student Support Manager to create a Study Programme that is right for you and your learning objectives.
This initiative will enable you to enjoy a joined-up, holistic learning experience, incorporating your subjects and extra-curricular interests.
Below you will find a breakdown of the key areas that make up your Study Programme.
Your lessons will form the core of your Study Programme, and you should aim to attend every single one to help ensure your success.
Both A Level and Vocational students will be expected to complete between 16 and 20 hours of timetabled study a week. This time includes Directed Study.
Your Directed Study will enhance and extend your learning through your weekly study guide.
You are able to use the Learning Resource Centre, STEM Study Centre and specialist studios.
You will meet weekly for a timetabled hour with your Student Support Manager.
He or she will be responsible for your pastoral support and progress.
There are 40 Enrichment opportunities to help you get more out of college life.
Importantly, these can help boost your UCAS application and CV.
Next Steps events
Next Steps events will be held from the very start of your time at Brock.
These include university talks, external seminars and recruitment fairs.
There are several other activities you can become involved with at college.
For example, you can:
- Join an academy.
- Take part in volunteering.
- Become a Student Ambassador.
You will be able to complete at least one week of work experience in your first year.
This is known as your industrial placement.